Yes, it is silly to divide Linux by distribution, and even sillier by packaging system. It's like having options for "Windows - Edge based" and "IE based", with no option for "Firefox". I've had Arch on all my computers since 2003. But since I wrote a script and put it in
Still there are some ignorant deniers who don't accept the unanimous scientific proof that the heat death of the universe is human made.
I can't help myself mentioning that i3wm is not awesome, although both are tiling wms.
Yes, and then they figured they also want some terrorist mafia action in their life.
That is a very good observation, and it is very old. This is from the poetics of Aristotle:
"that which is credible but impossible, is preferable to that which is possible but incredible."
Yes, org-mode is definetly the best solution for organizing information that I have found. It's extremely simple and flexible. It makes it possible for me to do almost everything in Emacs. I use vm for email, ledger for accounting, I write most of my documents in org-mode and export to pdf through latex.
Of course org-mode and the other text and emacs related solutions doesn't take care of all my information processing needs, but almost. For photos, videos and music I use the old fashioned descriptive file name in a good directory strycture method. My hand written notes, however, are more difficult to take care of. I have a drawer (physical one) for them, but I wouldn't call that coping with the information.
"So far we have received 16 applications, and they are spread across six different languages," Tina Dam, senior director of IDNs at ICANN, told InternetNews.com. ".."A lot of countries have been excited to be first ones up, but there are so many countries in preparations where this will be a really big thing for them and all will be great milestones."
Overflow on /dev/null, please empty the bit bucket.